Best RV Parks in Massachusetts

RV Parks in Massachusetts

From the rocky shores of Cape Cod to the forests of Berkshire County, Massachusetts has something for everyone. And with more than 100 RV parks and campgrounds to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect spot to camp.

Whether you're looking to relax on the beach, hike through pristine forests, or explore historical sites, Massachusetts has it all. And with so much to see and do, you'll never be bored in the Bay State.

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RV Parks Near Boston

If you're looking for a place to start your exploration of Massachusetts, why not begin with its most iconic city, Boston? The capital of Massachusetts, Boston is rich in history and culture. From the Freedom Trail to Fenway Park, there are plenty of iconic landmarks to explore in this vibrant city.

Normandy Farms Campground in Foxborough is one of the closest RV parks to Boston. Just a short drive from the city, Normandy Farms is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of Boston.

RV Camping on Cape Cod National Seashore

Cape Cod is one of Massachusetts' most popular tourist destinations, and it's easy to see why. Staying at a Cape Cod RV resort gives a taste of paradise with the area's stunning beaches, charming towns, and beautiful landscapes.

On your way out to the Cape, consider stopping for the night at the KOA Middleboro. Just a short drive from Boston, this RV park offers all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay. With a swimming pool and a playground, the kids will never be bored.

Campers Retreats Cape Cod is a beautiful campground conveniently located in Dennisport, Massachusetts. Formerly known as Campers Retreats, this family-friendly campground has RV sites with full hookups, a camp store, and hot showers.

Provincetown Camping

If you're looking for a fun-filled vacation of excitement and adventure, look no further than Provincetown, Massachusetts. This charming coastal town is home to some of the best beaches in New England, as well as plenty of restaurants, bars, and shops. And with its proximity to Boston, there's always something to do in Provincetown.

Located just a short distance from the center of town, Coastal Acres Campground offers RV hookups and plenty of amenities. It's near some of the best beaches in New England, so you'll never be far from the sand and surf.

Berkshires Camping

The Berkshires region of Massachusetts is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the state. With its rolling hills and forests, the Berkshires is the perfect place to escape city life.

If you're looking to explore the great outdoors, consider staying at one of the many RV parks in the Berkshires. Mt. Greylock Campsite Park in Lanesborough is an excellent option for those who love hiking. Mount Greylock and the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail are nearby.

Plymouth Camping

Plymouth is a historic town located on the south shore of Massachusetts. It's best known as the site of the Plymouth Rock, where the Pilgrims first landed in 1620.

But Plymouth is more than just a historical landmark. With its beautiful beaches, quaint shops, and delicious restaurants, Plymouth is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the New England lifestyle.

If you're looking for a place to stay in Plymouth, consider one of the following:

Whether you're looking for a historic city to explore or a quiet place to relax, Massachusetts RV campgrounds have something for everyone.

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Recent Massachusetts RV Parks Reviews

Apr 05, 2024

"Surprisingly Open In Early April"

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It’s nice to find a full service campground open this early in the year. We were grateful for full hook ups and a pull through site.

4 reviews
Oct 29, 2023

"State park ambience but commercial park crowding"

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NOTE: Links from Campendium, RV Trip Wizard and Google Maps did not get me to the campground. Either input the actual address or the GPS coordinates right outside the office are: 42.55038N, -71.53727W. I travelled here with a 35’ 5th wheel, long bed pickup and parked in site #71, an FHU, PT site for $94/night with all fees and taxes. Prices were...
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153 reviews
Oct 24, 2023

"Friendly Staff, Clean And Quiet"

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We came at the end of the season but the campground is nice. The staff is nice. The place is quiet. The roads are all dirt and kind of bumpy. The restrooms are clean and look sort of recently renovated. The store is small but clean. The laundry is average. We will definitely stay again. T-Mobile service is not good. Wi-Fi is slow.

5 reviews
Oct 19, 2023

"Great Campground "

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The park feels like a state forest. Plenty of trees. Nicely spaced sites we did have trouble backing into our spot. It has narrow roads and took some planning to maneuver in. The site wasn’t very level and we had to back up an incline. We used blocks to compensate on one side. However once in the place we had lovely tree views on 3 sides. The...
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3 reviews
Oct 17, 2023

"Disappointed in no refund"

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I was disappointed that after we had a trailer catastrophe on the road that prevented us from coming, they still charged us a full day stay. Another camp refunded all but $25. I'm sure it is in their rules but they could choose to be nice.

82 reviews